The work belongs to the school the student attends
The work belongs to the student that created it.
The work becomes public domain.
The work belongs to the teacher of the student.
Property that is created through creativity and intellect such as stories and poems.
Property belonging to a school that helps students to learn.
A website that helps students to learn about math.
A term used when no one knows to whom property belongs to.
When you have the permission of the picture's owner.
When you show who the picture belongs to in your request
When you have permission and you show who the picture belongs to in your project.
It is never ok to use pictures that belong to someone else.
Take ownership and control of who can use the work for a certain amount of time.
To copy the work completely without making mistakes.
To take ownership of the work and who can use it forever.
Give permission to others to copy a work free of charge.
While the author is alive.
Until 70 years after the author dies.
Exactly 20 years.
Being sent to jail
Your parents and the school have to pay the author money
The only consequence of breaking copyright law is getting a bad grade.
There are no consequences to breaking copyright law.
When the government says it is in effect.
30 days after the picture is created.
As soon as the picture is created.
As soon as the picture is created unless by a student less than 18 years old.
The author's name
The year the story or picture was created
The company that published the story or picture
The age of the author
Do whatever they wish with the picture or story without giving credit to its creator
Do whatever they wish as long as its in a public place
Only use the story or picture in a way that does not make money
Only use the picture or story in a school.